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  • Cities face a scenario characterized by shrinking budgets, increasing demands of services from their citizens and the need to reinvent themselves in their quest to become Smart Cities. Simultaneously, the Internet brought new opportunities to orchestrate collaboration, fostering the creation of a large base of commons in code, user generated contents and even telecom infrastructures with the emergence of Bottom-up-Broadband networks. Cities have many times lacked the resources and mechanisms to take full advantage of this wealth. However, organizations like Code for America are showing how they can effectively and successfully intermediate between citizens and cities and help in closing this gap. Commons4EU aims to build on the shoulders of this experience with an initial core team of 7 cities: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Helsinki, Manchester, Rome and UK-NESTA (UK cities involved in the project through NESTA) working together in 2 main areas:
  • Cities face a scenario characterized by shrinking budgets, increasing demands of services from their citizens and the need to reinvent themselves in their quest to become Smart Cities. Simultaneously, the Internet brought new opportunities to orchestrate collaboration, fostering the creation of a large base of commons in code, user generated contents and even telecom infrastructures with the emergence of Bottom-up-Broadband networks. Cities have many times lacked the resources and mechanisms to take full advantage of this wealth. However, organizations like Code for America are showing how they can effectively and successfully intermediate between citizens and cities and help in closing this gap. Commons4EU aims to build on the shoulders of this experience with an initial core team of 7 cities: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Helsinki, Manchester, Rome and UK-NESTA (UK cities involved in the project through NESTA) working together in 2 main areas:
  • Cities face a scenario characterized by shrinking budgets, increasing demands of services from their citizens and the need to reinvent themselves in their quest to become Smart Cities. Simultaneously, the Internet brought new opportunities to orchestrate collaboration, fostering the creation of a large base of commons in code, user generated contents and even telecom infrastructures with the emergence of Bottom-up-Broadband networks. Cities have many times lacked the resources and mechanisms to take full advantage of this wealth. However, organizations like Code for America are showing how they can effectively and successfully intermediate between citizens and cities and help in closing this gap. Commons4EU aims to build on the shoulders of this experience with an initial core team of 7 cities: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Helsinki, Manchester, Rome and UK-NESTA (UK cities involved in the project through NESTA) working together in 2 main areas:
  • Cities face a scenario characterized by shrinking budgets, increasing demands of services from their citizens and the need to reinvent themselves in their quest to become Smart Cities. Simultaneously, the Internet brought new opportunities to orchestrate collaboration, fostering the creation of a large base of commons in code, user generated contents and even telecom infrastructures with the emergence of Bottom-up-Broadband networks. Cities have many times lacked the resources and mechanisms to take full advantage of this wealth. However, organizations like Code for America are showing how they can effectively and successfully intermediate between citizens and cities and help in closing this gap. Commons4EU aims to build on the shoulders of this experience with an initial core team of 7 cities: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Helsinki, Manchester, Rome and UK-NESTA (UK cities involved in the project through NESTA) working together in 2 main areas:
  • Wie funktioniert es in der Praxis?
  • BODDy 2013 - Workshop 3: Lena-Sophie Müller

    1. 1. Commons for Europe Kollaborative Web-Projekte für öffentliche Stellen Lena-Sophie Müller | Fraunhofer FOKUS | BODDy | 24. Juni 2013
    2. 2. Der Hintergrund Vergleichbare Anforderungen in europäischen Städten •schrumpfende Budgets •zunehmende Anforderungen an Dienstleistungen von Bürgern •Notwendigkeit, sich auf dem Weg zu „Smart Cities“ neu zu erfinden •Vergleichbare Aufgaben Das Internet bietet neue Möglichkeiten •Zusammenarbeit zu koordinieren •Wissen gemeinsam zu generieren •Sourcecode gemeinsam zu nutzen Bild: Flickr / terrydu - CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
    3. 3. Der Hintergrund Vergleichbare Anforderungen in europäischen Städten Das Internet bietet neue Möglichkeiten Städten fehlt es oft an Ressourcen und Mechanismen, um vollen Nutzen aus diesem Potential zu schöpfen. Zielt als Vermittler zwischen Bürgern und Städten darauf an, diese Lücke schließen zu helfen. Bild: Flickr / terrydu - CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
    4. 4. Wie funktioniert es in der Praxis? Software- entwickler Verwaltungs- Fachwissen Entwicklungs- kompetenz Teilnahmeaufrufe und Erfahrungsaustausch Problem- identifikation Bild: Flickr / terrydu - CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
    5. 5. Wie funktioniert es in der Praxis? Software- entwickler Verwaltungs- Fachwissen Software- lösungen Entwicklungs- kompetenz Teilnahmeaufrufe und Erfahrungsaustausch Problem- identifikation Weitere Kommunen Open Source Bild: Flickr / terrydu - CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
    6. 6. Nächster „Call for Fellows“ ist im September 2013
    7. 7. Partner Unterstützer
    8. 8. twitter.com/fraunhoferfokus twitter.com/lsmueller facebook.com/fraunhoferfokus facebook.com/mueller.lenasophie xing.com/profile/LenaSophie_Mueller

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